[Lab] another thought about learning arduino: budget
maxrowsell at gmail.com
Tue Mar 4 15:17:11 EST 2014
Regarding TI parts, I am quite experienced with MSP430, Hercules and Tiva C
devices. I actually am currently writing for element14 about Tiva C parts.
So if anyone is interested in learning C for Tiva or MSP430 parts let me
I'm definitely more interested in teaching serial protocols though as that
is my strength.
What kind of timeline are people interested in? An hour? A couple hours? I
want to work with Darcy to do a split workshop, perhaps two parts, each an
hour or something like that.
Keep the suggestions coming, they're all helping a lot!
Peace, Love, Empathy
Alexander Max Rowsell
On 4 March 2014 13:01, Justin Hornosty <jjrh70 at gmail.com> wrote:
> pascal at rapicault.net writes:
> > The other thing you want to consider as part of the workshop is how to
> > go from the standard arduino board to something more standalone.
> While information/teaching wise I don't know, but a board I would be
> interested in is the msp430 launchpad, and at $5 for the devboard it's not
> most costly thing.
> > On 04/03/2014 8:01 AM, Darcy Whyte wrote:
> >> I'm curious. Of the people that want to learn arduino out there, what
> >> budget would you say is appropriate for parts?
> >> 20 bucks?
> >> 40 bucks?
> >> 100 bucks? :)
> >> I suppose if a workshop has a simple project that's just for learning,
> >> 20 bucks or so. But if the project starts to have use then people
> >> might be more interested.
> >> Ideas?
> >> --
> >> Darcy Whyte
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